You would be forgiven for thinking ‘burger vans’ at the mention of street food. However, these artisan food vendors couldn’t be further removed, creating sumptuous restaurant-quality food, along with a delightful sense of fun and theatre.
With roots in the West Coast of America around 2004, street food came to Britain via London, and has now found huge popularity around the country – even the Proms in Hyde Park embraced this innovative way of catering for the thousands of people who attended.
Enjoying everything from hog roasts and Hispanic tastes of Mexico, to Vietnamese noodles and stone-baked pizzas – all in the open air – removes barriers, and creates a wonderfully informal dining experience for your guests, allowing them to mingle and get into the party atmosphere. It also gives you flexibility to cater for all your guests’ requirements, by combining a number of cuisines to suit all tastes and preferences.